Today’s Headlines

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  • Home is not a safe place for everyone (Huffington Post)
  • Traffic is light, crashes are down, people are driving faster, severity of crashes is up (Land Line, LA Times)
  • First responders are at great risk (LA Times)
  • New sidewalk rules for COVID (NY Times)
  • Cities grapple over whether to give more room to people walking (National Post)
  • COVID-19 may change the way people think about bikes (Treehugger)
  • Who has emergency authority over elections? (ProPublica)
  • Small shops struggle for survival (SF Chronicle)
  • Missing racial data worries health officials (LA Times)
  • Courts halt all evictions in California (SF Chronicle)
  • COVID-19, micromobility, and resilience (NextCity)
  • The soundscape is different (Associated Press)

More California headlines at Streetsblog LA and Streetsblog SF

Today’s Headlines

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  • How CA legislators are governing from home (CalMatters)
  • Essential workers are commuting by bike (Fox)
  • Sidewalks are too narrow for COVID safety (Planetizen)
  • Environmental justice and the unfairness of climate change, explained (Grist)
  • Emissions are down, but it won’t last (National Geographic)
  • It took a pandemic, but homeless are being given shelter in hotels and motels (CalMatters)
  • Landlords find ways to demand rent despite eviction restrictions (LA Times)
  • CPUC proposes applying cap-and-trade rebate to utility bills now, while people are home (Bloomberg)
  • Santa Barbara area transportation projects approved for funding (Edhat)
  • In California, construction continues (Politico)
  • Stream this webinar: Designing streets for safety (Curbed)

More California headlines at Streetsblog LA and Streetsblog SF

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